Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
Spicy, sweet, and completely delicious. Infuse agave syrup with chili peppers, cinnamon and lemon zest, combine with vodka and savor that sweet heat...
Sweet plum jam with a hint of cinnamon (in German and English)
Bourbon infused with apples, cinnamon and vanilla... tastes like apple pie.
While on vacation in Hawaii, we still went foraging in the forests, beaches, and mountains. Here we discuss some edible flowers and two spices.
Here is a recipe for a delightfully seasonal jam! Cranberries and orange, with a good dose of cinnamon. A perfect winter jam.
Make your own infused spirits (whiskey, cranberry, chestnuts and cinnamon) for this delicious Thanksgiving drink.
An easy amplification of fall's favorite fruit: pears. "You can't buy that in any store!" is high praise indeed, so adding a mix of frangrant spices elevates homemade jam to top notch gift quality. The holidays are coming...
There's no better way to start canning than applesauce. Quick, easy, delicious... And you're welcome to download my hand-painted label for your jars, too.
A continuation of my series about foraging at the farm and what I've done with my bounty. Up today: home made spiced apple rings from our own apples - a holiday favorite for me!
These apple slices are lightly sweetened and spiced with a whole cinnamon stick. They are very versatile and can be eaten by themselves or used in sweet or savory dishes.